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State, Federal & Local Resources
Below are links to various regional, state, and federal resources. As staff hears of a resource that might be of use to the community, staff will update the page with a quick link.


Local Utilities

AT&T - (800) 288-2020
PG&E -
  Customer Service - (800) 743-5000
  Outages - (800) 743-5002
California Water Services - (650) 561-9709
Recology - (650) 595-3900
Fair Oaks Sanitary - (650) 363-4100
West Bay Sanitary - (650) 321-0384

Regional Resources

Association of Bay Area Governments
South Bay Waste Management Authority
Caltrain Website
San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District (Resident Representative: Mason Brutschy)

County Resources


San Mateo County Offices
County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder & Chief Elections Officer
County Controller
District Attorney
County Building & Planning
County Parks Department
County Public Works
County Library System
County Sheriff’s Office
County Treasurer-Tax Collector – Revenue Services
County Board of Supervisors
Supervisor Don Horsley, 3rd District

State Resources

State of California
State Assembly
Assemblyman Rich Gordon, 24th District
Board of Equalization
Contractor's State License Board
State Controller's Office
Franchise Tax Board
Legislative Analyst's Office
Legislative Info
Department of Motor Vehicles
State Senate
Senator Jerry Hill, 13th District
Secretary of State
Department of Social Services
State Treasurer's Office

Federal Resources

Bureau of Labor Statistics
FEMA
National Flood Insurance Program
Census Bureau
House of Representatives
Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo, 18th District
Senate
Senator Barbara Boxer
Senator Dianne Feinstein
Supreme Court

Immigration, Legal and Community Services
Bay Area Hispanic Professionals
Bay Area Legal Aid (Solves problems for families living in poverty, seniors, individuals with disabilities, immigrants, veterans, and survivors of domestic violence)
Catholic Charities (Assistance to immigrants to understand the immigration law and to know their rights under the law)
Community Education Events (Covers everything from knowing your rights to housing, the events are organized by the City, the County, the North Fair Oaks Community Council, North Fair Oaks Forward, and other non-profit agencies)
Contact the Fair Oaks Community Center at 650-780-7500 for more information
Department of Homeland Security DACA Information Frequently Asked Questions: Rescission Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Latin-American and Hispanic Groups in Silicon Valley & San Francisco Bay Area
Lawyers in the Library (Offers free consultations with attorneys on topics such as immigration, landlord/tenant, and family law)
Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County (Provides eviction defense/legal housing clinic services for renters)
LIBRE (Linking Immigrants to Benefits, Resources, and Education), which helps immigrants access public benefits for which they are eligible – includes benefits assistance and legal assistance.
Peninsula Volunteers (Meals on Wheels delivering low-cost meals to older adults and persons with disabilities unable to prepare their own meals or leave their homes)
Project WeHOPE (Dignity on Wheels Mobile Shower and Laundry Program)
San Mateo County Office of Immigrant Support & Coordination (Offers the immigrant community with an easily accessible and inclusive inventory of countywide services that will assist immigrants in their navigation of resources within San Mateo County)
Second Harvest Food Bank (Includes produce mobile/food pantries once and twice a month; monthly Family Harvest, weekly Brown Bag and Partners in Need (PIN) and Kids NOW weekend nutrition assistance on Fridays. CalFresh (Food Stamps) provides low-income individuals or families the ability to purchase groceries – mixed immigration status families may qualify – and application assistance is provided. Distributes food to families in need through Project READ)
Service League of San Mateo County (Hope House Residential Program providing support and recovery residential program for women)
St. Anthony’s Padua Dining Room (Daily hot meals Mondays-Saturdays 11 a.m.-1 p.m.)
Women, Infants, and Children Program (Nutrition education and supplemental foods to low-income women and their children up to five years of age)